Volunteers and associates of
The Rabbit Residence Rescue
share experiences of our
tiny fluffy friends.
Thanks, Babies, I think that IS probably all I am going to need to know. Please tel B-HV that you do really have this covered and that we hope work goes smoothly.
Well, you are young, but since you have been left to take listeners questions.....could you give us some guidance on what to leave out for the Easter Bunny?
Is this going to be on the midterm test?
Furbeast, Worse I am afraid.....this is definitely hop quiz material.
Well, I was wondering if I should tag this post as a photo tip. I mean, sure, it may not seem important to your or I, but if you ask your bunnies what's the most important thing to know about cameras and photo's you can bet they'd come up with the same idea.
No one would dare to suggest that the wee ones were not giving extremely important info. I also think you overestimate the average bunn. Clearly hanging out with you has taught these little ones a lot of stuff. We are all very grateful to you and everyone at R3 for enriching their environment.
Jane I believe that a carrot and a Carrotini is the best thing for the Easter Bunny,this pair is adorable though,xx Rachel